Senate Panel Votes to Reverse FCC Decisions, Activists Call Vote Historic Victory
Washington May Consider Force Against Syria
American Soldier Killed in Attack on US Military Ambulance in Iraq
Powell in Israel
21 Settlers Arrested at Yitzhar; Molotov Cocktails Found at Site
Justice Dept. Nabs Truck Driver, Accuses Him of Terror Plot on Bkln Bridge
Senate Commerce Committee Votes to Prevent Nation's Largest Media Conglomerates from Growing Even Larger
The Senate has begun to reverse the FCCs vote to relax media concentration rules, but the legislation faces an uphill battle in the House.
Zimbabwe's Top Court Orders Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirai Freed After Spending Two Weeks in Prison
The Zimbabwean ambassador to the U.S. debates critic Patrick Bond on Mugabes rule, free speech and land reform.
White House orders EPA to Remove Global Warming Conclusions from State of the Environment Report
Original draft concluded that global warming is caused in part by rising concentrations of smokestack and automobile emissions. The final study does not.